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BPM 2005: Call for Workshop Proposals (New submission deadline)

From: Chris Bussler <Chris.Bussler@deri.org>
Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2004 21:03:35 +0100
To: "Chris Bussler" <chris.bussler@deri.org>
Cc: "Chris Bussler" <chris.bussler@deri.org>
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Call For Workshop Proposals

The 3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT (BPM 2005)

Nancy, France

September 5, 2005
bpm2005.loria.fr


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The BPM series of conferences has become a unique and respected forum for
researchers, professionals, and industrial practitioners to share their
knowledge in the rapidly growing area of Business Process Management as well
as related areas.

A WORKSHOP in context of this conference is a full day event that brings
together researchers, professionals and industrial practitioners for paper
presentations and discussions in workshop-like settings. Normally, each
Workshop consists of several sessions with presentations, panels, keynotes
and discussions. The precise organization is flexible and the workshop
organizers are completely free in the organization of the workshop.

You are invited to submit a workshop proposal as part of the BPM 2005
conference in Nancy, France.

Important Dates
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Deadline for Workshop Proposals: December 1st, 2004 (*** NEW DEADLINE ***)

Workshops: September 5, 2005, one day before the BPM 2005 conference

Submission Instructions
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1. You must submit a formal workshop proposal to be considered

2. Workshop proposals should be e-mailed to chris.bussler@deri.org by March
18, 2005

3. Please clearly indicate

- the workshop co-chairs

- their full affiliation and contact information as well as the main contact
for correspondence

- biographies of the workshop co-chairs

- the title of the workshop 

- a brief abstract describing the goals and the content of the workshop

- the list of topics for which contributions are sought

- the structure of the workshop, i.e, sessions, keynotes, panels, forums,
etc.

- expected number of participants, including authors

Workshop organization
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The workshop co-chairs are expected to organize their workshop.

Workshop participants are expected to register for the conference.

The workshops will be announced on the BPM 2005 web site.

Workshop proceedings have not been decided yet.
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